Dec 12, 2018 - Dec 13, 2018
2 guests - 1 room
Visit old Estepona with narrow, flower pot decorated streets with restaurants and bars. Walk along the beach front promanade. Visit the marina with a bustling Sunday morning market. Or go to the architectural orchid house with surrounding houses brightly painted.
Estepona Old Town has lots of tapas bars and the Plaza de las Flores with its orange trees and fountain is a lovely place to sit. The marina has a market on Sundays and lots of restaurants. Estepona has a lovely white sandy beach with a wide promenade.
At 10km, A family town with traffic free shopping streets and plenty of good restaurants= the place to be for a nice evening! Great walks in town with plenty of flowers, beach promenade and nice beach sans & bistros.
The 'Garden of the Costa del Sol'. Estepona now has a pedestrianised old town with its narrow streets filled with flowers and plants. It continutes to be unspoilt and has retained its unique charm with friendly locals and lots of free activities during the summer months (music, dancing etc). The newly opened Orchidarium is the largest in Europe and has free entrance. The wide beach is sandy and clean. Look out for the festivities such as Virgen del Carmen (16 July) and San Isidro.